Operation COSHARE Clips

Operation COSHARE has had a strong impact on the Mauritian tourism value ever since it was launched in September 2021.

The project was implemented with the technical assistance and funding from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE).

The objective of Operation COSHARE was to help position Mauritius as a safe and environmentally sustainable tourist destination, attracting foreign visitors to make Mauritius their destination of choice. The project also incorporated a resource efficiency training and implementation as part of a Green Economic Recovery of Mauritius to support the tourism industry to “build back better”. The project also aimed at protecting employees as well as customers against the risks posed by the pandemic.

In the first phase of the project, some 7000 operators in the local tourism value chain were sensitised on the importance of sanitary protocols. The project reached out to 1160 tourist accommodations, 860 food, beverages and entertainment organisations, 3310 tourist activity places and 1250 commercial pleasure crafts. Training on Covid-19 OSH was also conducted for some 1200 taxi operators based at hotels as well as for 45 companies at the airport.

Here are two clips that provide an insight into the achievements of Operation COSHARE!


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